The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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SLIP-AROUND'S WISHING WAND
you away to the moon if I want to! I know what I will doI'll wish for an elephant to come and trample on the flowers in your silly front garden! Elephant! Come! "
Then, to every one's immense astonishment an elephant appeared round the corner of the street in the moonlight and began to walk over Higgle's lovely flowers. How angry he was!
Soon the folk of the village were all out in the street, in dressing-gowns and coats. They watched the elephant.
" That is very wrong of you," said Dame Toddle to Slip-Around.
" Don't interfere with me! " said the brownie grandly. " How would you like a giraffe to ride on, Dame Toddle? Ha ha! Good idea! Giraffe, come and give Dame Toddle a ride! "
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